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Divorce may affect your immigration process

Here in Texas, we have many residents who build lives in the community after immigrating to the United States, often marrying citizens in the process. Of course, these marriages are just as likely to face divorce as any other marriage, and when the relationship ends it often impacts the immigrant spouse in ways that citizens simply never encounter.

Avoid commingling your assets if you face divorce

When a couple chooses to get married, their assets and liabilities also get married, so to speak, unless the couple uses a prenuptial agreement to protect themselves and their property from potential legal issues. Here in Texas, our community property guidelines make divorce much more complicated in some cases, because couples must divide their marital property equally, without much flexibility.

Does serious illness affect child support obligations?

In many books, films, and television shows, the parent who falls behind on his or her child support obligations often gets used as shorthand to tell the audience quickly that this character is doing a lousy job as a parent and does not deserve sympathy or understanding. Considering just how many parents throughout the country face just this circumstance for completely legitimate reasons, it is a wonder that the writing convention of the so-called "bad" or "irresponsible" parent is still a powerful symbol, especially given the challenging reality of being a parent with child support obligations, especially when times get difficult.

What if your spouse is hiding assets in your divorce?

Divorce is an innately messy process, even when both spouses approach the situation with level heads and a commitment to fair dealing. Of course, the reality of the matter is that very few couples are able to put their differences aside and think clearly and practically about dividing their assets and dissolving their marriage.

Why might a court agree to seal divorce records?

Divorce can bring out the worst in otherwise reasonable people, and it is perfectly reasonable for one or both spouses to wish to seal divorce records to keep the process as respectful and private as possible. While it is relatively common for courts to agree to seal divorce records, it is never an automatic component of divorce and requires a good deal of specific attention and planning to offer proper protection.

Divorce may allow early access to investments

Divorce is often a challenging, uncomfortable period of time in the best circumstances, even if it is a relief. However, it is also possible for divorce to offer a number of opportunities to savvy spouses who use some of the specific functions of divorce to their advantage. Many spouses fear divorce will bring financial difficulty along with it, which is certainly possible, but it is possible to lessen the financial impact of divorce with careful planning.

Protecting your family as you end your marriage

Choosing to end a marriage that involves children is rarely a simple choice, and many times results in lasting emotional damage for everyone involved. The divorce process is often particularly difficult for the children, especially if they are old enough to experience the profound loss of parents splitting but too young to fully process the reasons behind the divorce.

Approaching divorce and property division with preparation

For many spouses, the prospect of divorce is scary and overwhelming. This is a normal feeling, and not one that you should ignore if you find it happening in your own circumstances, but you can also take steps to address these fears directly and protect your interests. No matter how complicated or simple you expect your divorce to be, it is always wise to prepare carefully and set wise expectations about the outcome.

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